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This place was a little grungier than I thought it was going to be. I also was kept awake all night one of the nights because there was a party or something in a close by building and I could hear all the music. The...More
It's a small hotel with great charm in the Latin quartier, close to the best places in town. I wouldn't hesitate to stay there on my next vacations. The owner is a lovely Mexican lady who's always willing to make your stay a nice experience.
The hotel is very well located in the city center. Good location for visiting Montreal. For parking, the Bibliotec parking is 5 mins walk away. 10dollars per day free in/out in the week-end.
The staff is nice. The breakfast is very simple but enough for...More
Location is the best part. But while the manager was friendly, he had a hard time serving breakfast when he was the only one doing the dishes, bringing the food out and cooking. Not enough silver ware was put out for all the guests. And...More
The hotel was comfortable and good value for money. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The free breakfast is good as a continental breakfast but might displease people who want a full breakfast with eggs and bacon.
The bar-none entertainment district for music and arts, Quartier des Spectacles is an interactive playground that delights the senses. It totals over 30 performance halls, with the vibrant Place des Festivals at its heart. The outdoor event space features glowing towers, glass edifices, and granite-lined bike paths, and hosts annual festivals, concerts, and comedy nights. The cinema, theatres, and
exhibition centres are entwined with external art projects, exemplified at Montreal's Contemporary Art Museum and appearing along every walkway of the Promenade des Artistes in the form of sculpture and public works, from digitally-enhanced swingsets to glowing fountains. Design, performance, and alternative music come together here, a stone's throw from the lively Latin Quarter along Rue Saint-Denis, the quintessential after-party spot for dinner and a drink following a day of jazz, poetry and play.
The library around the corner has sheltered parking with unlimited entry/exits in a 24hour period for $12. Upon entering, park your car, go to the machine and deposit money. It will print a receipt with a time on it; leave... More
The library around the corner has sheltered parking with unlimited entry/exits in a 24hour period for $12. Upon entering, park your car, go to the machine and deposit money. It will print a receipt with a time on it; leave the receipt visible on you car dash. If you want to leave before you time expires, you are free to do so. Likewise if you return before your time expires, you can still use the same receipt (just make sure to pay for the next additional time you need.)
There is street parking directly in front, however it is just for unloading. There are other spots that have time restrictions, and cost money.
We parked our car at the library, and used bikes to get around the city. Around the corner there is a BIXI bike station that offers very cheap bicycle rentals per day (I think $5/day). There is a 30 minute time limit before you have to drop it in another BIXI bike station, but then can immediately take one out again for another 30 minutes.
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Not sure what their pet policy is. As the place seemed to be quite disorganized and not too smart at the front desk area, they might not even notice you're bringing your pet. OTH, you might want to avoid a nasty surprise on... More
Not sure what their pet policy is. As the place seemed to be quite disorganized and not too smart at the front desk area, they might not even notice you're bringing your pet. OTH, you might want to avoid a nasty surprise on arrival so it's best to double check with them. It's best to do it in writing so that when the inevitable front desk confusion arises, you can just show them your email that says it's ok for you to bring said pet along. Good luck.